Days 1-3 Taormina
Welcome Dinner in a Sicilian typical restaurant. Private Tour of Taormina: visit the Greek-Roman Theatre - one of the most striking monuments of antiquity, the Villa Comunale - the public gardens with a huge variety of flowering plants and shrubs- and then the centre of the village.
Full Day on the Etna Volcano. Visit a boutique winery and Lunch with local food paired with their wines.
Days 4-6 Siracusa-Ortigia
Private guided Tour of the Archaeological Park with its beautiful Greek Theatre, the Roman Amphitheatre and the Paradise Quarry. Private walking Tour of Ortigia, the ancient part of Siracusa beautifully located on the sea. Dinner in a lovely restaurant.
Food market shopping in Ortigia and enjoy a fun cooking experience: learn how to prepare some Sicilian delicacies and Lunch with you own prepared meal. A guide will take you to explore Noto, outstanding example of Baroque art and architecture in Europe.
Full Day Excursion to Caltagirone and Piazza Armerina. Read the history of Sicily through the ceramic collections in the renowned laboratories of Caltagirone. Buying a hand-made and painted piece by these artists is taking home a part of Sicily. Delicious Lunch in a typical Agriturismo. Visit the Roman Villa of Casale in Piazza Armerina with its mosaics recognized as Unesco Human Heritage site.
Day 7 Menfi
Stop in Agrigento to visit “Valle Dei Templi”, one of the main attractions of Sicily, outstanding example of Greater Greece art and architecture. Delicious Dinner with wine pairings at your country house resort in a unique relaxing and true Sicilian atmosphere.
Days 8-10 Palermo
Stop in Marsala to visit one of the oldest wine cellars and taste typical and unique wines of the area. Travel between Trapani and Marsala on the Salt Way Road to visit the historic salt pan works. Lunch in a typical local restaurant, in the centre of Trapani.
Guided Tour of Erice, which was an important religious site associated with the goddess Venus.
Private guided visit of the Classic Palermo Highlights: Palatine Chapel, Piazza Pretoria and Via Maqueda with its four corners converging Palermo at a quartet of Baroque palaces left over from the heyday of Spanish rule (dating 1560) and the picturesque famous open air food market. Taste the delicious typical Sicilian finger food: arancini, pane con panelle, etc. Private visit of Monreale: admire the Duomo, a wonderful example of Arab-Norman art with its golden mosaics.
Tour ends in Palermo.